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A low-gluten diet induces changes in the intestinal microbiome of healthy Danish adults

Yes, Gluten Sensitivity Is Very Real

Hardly a day goes by that I don’t see an article either in print or on the Internet indicating that the notion of going gluten-free is entirely overblown. Typically, the conclusions often sounds something li...

Celiac Disease and Nonceliac Gluten Sensitivity: A Review

Could Going Gluten-Free Give You Heart Disease?

A recent study, published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), reached a startling conclusion: a gluten-free diet could raise the risk of coronary heart disease (CHD)! Why? Because of a decrease in the cons...

Is Gluten-Free Toxic?

I’ve been getting a lot of e-mail and social media messages over the past few weeks about a recent publication that purports that going off gluten-containing foods will increase a person’s risk of arsenic an...

Chestnut Flour – A Gluten-Free Alternative

Flour made from chestnuts has become a popular choice for those who have decided to go gluten-free. In this video, we take a look at chestnut flour right from its source and explore the various nutritional c...

On Consuming Non-Gluten Grains

We're regularly fielding questions on the issue of gluten-free grains. What about rice? What about quinoa? Certainly, there are several types of gluten-free grains out there, rice and quinoa seemingly the m...

New Study Validates Ketogenic Diet for Epilepsy Treatment in Adults

Epilepsy can be caused by a variety of different conditions including head trauma, infection, brain tumor, and stroke, but by and large most cases of epilepsy have no readily identifiable cause. Epilepsy a...

Epilepsy & Gluten Sensitivity

Epilepsy.  It affects 3 million Americans and generally we as treating neurologists do not know the cause.  Certainly in some cases the cause is readily identifiable, but most cases of epilepsy are what we c...

But… it’s Gluten Free?

I frequently hear from patients and friends that they are surprised they aren’t losing weight even though they’ve “gone gluten-free.” It’s at that point that I ask for a little bit of clarification in terms ...